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POLICY EP10 - Primary and Secondary Shopping Frontages

  1. Within the defined Primary Shopping Frontages, changes of use of ground floor premises from Retail (A1) to Financial Services (A2) and Food and Drink (A3) uses will be permitted where:
    1. the proposal would result in no more than two non-retail uses being adjacent;
    2. the proposal would result in no more than 33% of units in non-retail use within thatfrontage; and c) a window display is maintained at all times.
  2. Within the Secondary Shopping Frontages as defined on the Proposals Map, proposals for change of use from Retail (A1) to Financial Services (A2), Food and Drink (A3) and commercial leisure and entertainment uses will be permitted except where, they would adversely affect, individually or cumulatively, the vitality and viability of these areas.
  3. Within the Primary and Secondary Shopping Frontages residential development will not be permitted on the ground floor.

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